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Mary Marxmiller Reinhard (third from left) with her (siblings with their family?). Photograph likely taken in Illinois. Mary was the daughter of Henry and Mary Melissa (Betts/Betz) Marxmiller and granddaughter of Detrich Marxmiller. (Kentucky and Shelby, Illinois roots.)Mary lived in Martinton and was married to Ralph Fred Carl Wesley Reinhard (son of Christian and Phlippina (Reinhard) Reinhard. Mary had 6 siblings and 2 older step siblings from Henry's first marriage.
Mason City Band, Mason City, Iowa.... photo from an old postcard showing J. Daly Plumbing and other businesses in the background.
The band members are riding in an Overland bus.
The names of the band members are unknown.
Standing, left to right, unknown woman holding child, unknown woman slightly behind her unknown woman, Grandma Cooper, Grandpa Cooper, Frank Mattocks holding Charles Mattocks, Mary Cooper Mattocks.
Children in front, left to right, unknown, unknown, Frank Mattocks Jr.
May Groendyke, far right, was born on Jul 10, 1866. May was the daughter of Lewis Groendyke/Groenendyke (born Dec 6, 1833 in Indiana) and Mary Hard (born Nov 1, 1846 in New York).
May married Thomas Connolly in Kansas on Oct 7, 1886. Thomas & May eventually settled in Washington County, OR. Their children were: Arthur, Sidney, Roy, Winifred, Mary, Burton Louis, George.
Thomas died on Oct 25, 1945 and May died on Jul 1, 1950. Both are buried in the Forest View Cemetery in Washington County, OR.
The other individuals in this photo are unidentified, though they may be May Groendyke's mother and perhaps a sister. Do you recognize them? Please let me know.
Written on the back: This is for Jennie McKee
May & the boys had this taken April 1898
May was 37 Sep 29, 1898
Large group of women and 2 young girls, The light haired girl is my great aunt evelyn Stricklin Michael. She is being held by my gg aunt Eva Stricklin. They would have been living in jefferson co OH, OR Guernsey co ohio. prob abt 1920.
Mrs. McCloskey came from Lithuania in the late 1800s. She lived in Coal Center or California, Washington Co., Pa.
This is believed to be her wedding photo from her second marriage. Her first husband's last name is believed to be something like Kladakaskus.
Do you know more about her? Please let me know.
Submitted by Valerie Burmaster, great granddaughter
McGinnis wedding photo taken about 1900. All McGinnis siblings and spouses. Immigrant gr. gr. Grandmother Mary McGinnis sitting with her grown children. In Phelps or Dent County, Missouri
Left to right in the back row: Minnie Fish, Albert G. Fish, unknown man, Christiana McKee Fish.
Back row - 4th person from the right, Norbert Reinsel, 16 yrs. old.
Far Left: Harry Wallace Taylor, born 1877 on Jack's Run Road, Versailles Twp., Allegheny Co.; died 1933; married Luella Beaumont Stauffer.
He was Superintendent of Work Gangs at The McKeesport Tin Plate Company.
The names of the rest of the workers are unknown.
McNutt reunion 1939 at Ed McNutt's camp at the old Matthew McNutt farm near Rockville Porter Township Clarion County Pa.
The 40th year reunion of the Class of 1927 was held in June 1967 at the Holiday Inn in Meadville.
Photo by Photo-Graphic Arts, Meadville.
Recognize it? Recognize any of the folks in the photograph?
Photograph from a postcard by H. E. Ellsworth, Meadville, PA, early 1900s.
Melvin Saylor, third from left, and the Sunshine Boys performing at a Butler Radio Station.
Melvin Hudson Saylor, born 14 Aug 1915 in Toby Township, Clarion Co., PA; died 10 Jul 1957 in Clarion County. Buried in Rimersburg Cemetery. Married Betty Jean Ditty, 19 Feb 1947.
Submitted by Pearl Nadene Zilafro, niece of Melvin Saylor
Thaddeus Stephen Skinner, second row, second from right. Submitted by his granddaughter, Marcia Leora Stanley Klaas.
Recognize anyone else? Please let Marcia know, so we can add their names to this page.
Group shot of some of the congregates of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Maple Shade, NJ in 1936. These men were building the Shrine in the courtyard of the Catholic Church property.
Bottom row left to right: Mr. Campbell, unidentified, Father Duff, unidentified, Mr. Evans, unidentified.
Middle row l to r: unidentified, Frank J. Duetsch (my grandfather), Mr. Roscovich, Frank Friel, unidenitified.
top row l to r: Mr. Williams, Mr. Dugan, Daniel J. Friel, unidentified, Mr. Canale.
This is the back of the photo. I found Pritts in MD. I think these are recent imigrants names. One appears to be Hecks?
Men of St. Paul's Lutheran Church on North Gallatin Avenue, Uniontown, Pa.
Can you identify any of them?
Men unknown. And yes the heads were cut off when I got it. Date is 4-29-1948. Do you know them? Email me.
Men's Bible Class at the Methodist Episcopal Church, located at the corner of 5th and Jackson Streets in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, PA in 1910.
Mercer High School Class of 1929 When They Were Freshman in 1926
Boys in the Freshman Class 1927
(ten of these boys are in the photograph above)
Anna Hampson, front row, 2nd from the left.
Many of these young women were graduating from St. Joseph's Academy in Titusville, Crawford County, PA, and going on to complete the nursing training at Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA.
Submitted by Marianne Fisher, granddaughter of Anna Hampson
The Methodist Junior Choir in Colome, SD in 1923.
In the back row: Mrs. Heckt left, and Naomi Patterson next. Etta Patterson is 5th standing next to Rev. Norris. Mrs. Carmack is on the right.
All others are unidentified.
On the team - (and probably in the photograph): Lettermen -- B. Drury - captain, Jack Parke, Bob Parke, Art James, Ed Goldberg, Forest Weatherby, Melvin Wolkowsky, Grant Clark, Charles Butsch, Dick Adams, Bill Wilcox, Cy Nicholson, and Royal Jonas - manager
The names of the rest of the players are unknown.
Photo from the 1938 Typhoon Yearbook of Miami Beach High School
On the team - Letterman: Junior Abele, Lew Alberts, Bill Blount, Grant Clark, Art Courshon, Jack Farley, Belvin Friedson, Ed Friedson, Bill Held, Francis Jack, Gilbert Johnson, Fred James, Butch Lacer, Ernest London, Bill Levitt, Cy Nicholson, Mervyn Thal, Bob Turchin, Joe Weinberger, Bill Wilcox, Sid Zucker, Seymour Schneider - manager.
The names of the rest of the players are unknown.
The team was coached by Bill Harkness and Bob Wilson.
Photo from the 1939 Typhoon Yearbook of Miami Beach High School